In court this week

  • Apr. 3, 2009 8:00 p.m.

Convictions from Queen Charlotte provincial court, March 31 and April 1. Jack Tinsley was fined $1,000 and ordered to return 400 prawns and forfeit the remaining prawns for a charge of catching and retaining more than the daily quota under the BC Sport Fishing Regulations.. Ronald Tinsley was fined $1,000 and ordered to return 400 prawns and forfeit the remaining prawns for a charge of catching and retaining more than the daily quota under the BC Sport Fishing Regulations.. Clive R. Edgars was sentenced to jail time served (14 days) and one year probation, and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of $50, for resisting or obstructing a peace officer. He was also sentenced to jail time served (30 days) and one year probation, and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of $50, for failing to comply with an undertaking.. Ryan Versteegen received a four month conditional sentence, one year probation, was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of $50 and received a 10 year firearms prohibition for assault causing bodily harm. He also received a four month conditional sentence, one year probation and was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of $50 for failing to appear. He was also fined $250 plus a victim surcharge of $50 for resisting or obstructing a peace officer. He was also fined $600 plus a victim surcharge of $50 for a second charge of failing to appear.Convictions from Masset provincial court, April 2. Bradford Collinson was sentenced to jail time served for failing to comply with a probation order.. Dennis W. Liddle was fined $200 for mischief related to property.. Joseph A. Shannon was sentenced to 30 days in jail for assaulting a peace officer, four months in jail for assault, four months in jail for assault with a weapon, 14 days in jail for uttering threats and 60 days in jail for failing to comply with a probation order.. John Zoney was fined $100 for fishing without a licence under the BC Sport Fishing Regulations.

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